Special Issue Introduction

Popular Culture, Religion, and the Anthropocene

Authors

  • Lisa H. Sideris Indiana University
  • John Whalen-Bridge National University of Singapore

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/jsrnc.40382

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Sideris, Lisa. 2016. ‘Anthropocene Convergences: A Report from the Field’, in Robert Emmett and Thomas Lekan (eds.), ‘Whose Anthropocene? Revisiting Dipesh Chakrabarty’s “Four Theses”’, RCC Perspectives: Transformations in Environment and Society 2: 89–96.

———. 2017. Consecrating Science: Wonder, Knowledge, and the Natural World (Oakland, CA: University of California Press).

Taylor, Bron. 2010. Dark Green Religion: Nature Spirituality and the Planetary Future (Berkeley: University of California Press).

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Published

2020-04-29

How to Cite

Sideris, L. H., & Whalen-Bridge, J. (2020). Special Issue Introduction: Popular Culture, Religion, and the Anthropocene. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, 13(4), 409–413. https://doi.org/10.1558/jsrnc.40382